The Artist Cafe & Gallery


The Artist Cafe & Manach Gallery is a surprising green oasis in Brisbane's northern suburbs. Mitchelton's historic Salvation Army Church has been transformed into a spacious cafe, art gallery and eclectic function space with original artworks spread throughout the venue ranging from full length canvases to other mixed media pieces.

The garden features a large outdoor seating area with statues and bird baths dotted beneath shady palm trees. Part training centre for budding hospitality students, lunch at the cafe includes fresh salads as well as a range of wraps and toasted sandwiches.

The Artist Cafe & Manach Gallery Mitchelton

The Artist Cafe & Manach Gallery serve Aromas coffee, tea, frappes, juices and smoothies and has an abundant sweets counter filled with house baked chocolate brownies, orange and almond cakes, lemon meringue tarts and sticky date puddings.

The Artist Cafe & Manach Gallery Mitchelton

In a nutshell: Community based cafe, art gallery and function space serving breakfast and lunch from one of Mitchelton's classic historic buildings.

The Artist Cafe & Manach Gallery Mitchelton

Nice to know: Funds raised at The Artist Cafe & Manach Gallery directly benefit The Ablecare Foundation, supporting people with disabilities in the local community.

By Lucy Hordern

The Artist Cafe & Gallery

662 Samford Rd


Opening hours

3355 7979


622 Samford Rd Mitchelton

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